Tag: Meghan O’Sullivan

Meghan O’Sullivan writes with Richard Haass in The Washington Post: “It’s Wrong to Pull Troops Out of Afghanistan. But We Can Minimize the Damage.”

“President Biden announced Wednesday his intention to complete the withdrawal of all American military forces from Afghanistan by September, 20 years after the terrorist attacks that led to American armed forces first going there. He based his decision on three considerations: that the United States has other priorities at home

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Meghan O’Sullivan quoted in The New York Times article, “How Biden’s Climate Ambitions Could Shift America’s Global Footprint”

“President Joseph R. Biden on Wednesday said climate change should be regarded as ‘an essential element of U.S. foreign policy and national security.’ That is likely to bring big changes for America’s role in the world. “‘Addressing climate change can, and will be, a central pillar of the Biden administration’s

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Meghan O’Sullivan quoted in CNBC article, “Renewables Chief Hails ‘Crucial’ Biden Climate Agenda as Administration Plans Massive Energy Overhaul”

“‘The Biden administration and Secretary Kerry are talking about infusing climate into every foreign-policy interaction,’ Meghan O’Sullivan, Director of the Harvard Kennedy School’s Geopolitics of Energy project, told an Atlantic Council panel session. “‘It means asking the different agencies that conduct foreign policy and national security, like the Pentagon, USAID, and

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Meghan O’Sullivan quoted in CNBC article, “Renewables Chief Hails ‘Crucial’ Biden Climate Agenda as Administration Plans Massive Energy Overhaul”

“‘The Biden administration and Secretary Kerry are talking about infusing climate into every foreign-policy interaction,’ Meghan O’Sullivan, Director of the Harvard Kennedy School’s Geopolitics of Energy project, told an Atlantic Council panel session. “‘It means asking the different agencies that conduct foreign policy and national security, like the Pentagon, USAID, and

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Meghan O’Sullivan quoted in the New Atlanticist article, “The Many New Ways Energy and National Security Are Intersecting”

“Meghan O’Sullivan, director of the Harvard Kennedy School’s Geopolitics of Energy project, said that although the world is embracing renewable energy sources, ‘even the most climate-friendly energy scenarios in the future all involve a reasonably substantial amount of oil and gas usage over time.’ “A few ‘petrostates’ will continue to

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